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Up to date as of January 14, 2010
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Cáceres is a beautiful small city in the Extremadura region of Spain that is worth spending several days visting. The Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Get in

By plane

The nearest major international airports to Cáceres are: Madrid Barajas, Seville and Lisbon. Each is around 250-300km from Cáceres.

Domestic flights from Madrid (Barajas) and Barcelona (El Prat) serve Cáceres' nearest airport, situated at Talavera, in the province of Badajoz, around 90km from Cáceres. Talavera airport does not currently handle any international flights.

Airlines serving Madrid from the UK and Ireland : Aer Lingus [1], British Airways [2], Easyjet [3], flyBMI [4], Iberia [5], KLM [6], Lufthansa [7]. Airlines serving Madrid from the USA : American Airlines [8], Delta [9], Iberia [10], KLM [11].


By train

Cáceres is served by several trains daily, originating in Madrid Atocha, Seville, Lisbon and Badajoz. Details of all services are available via the RENFE [12] website.

Cáceres Railway Station is located on the outskirts of the city, around 1-2km from the city centre. Taxis are readily available, although it is an easy stroll along the Avenida de Alemania to the city centre.

Plans are in place to link Cáceres to Madrid by high speed train (AVE). This is likely to be a reality[link title] in the next five years.

By car

From Madrid: Follow the A5 autopista in direction Badajoz / Portugal, leaving at Trujillo onto the A-58 autopista. Until completion of the A-58, this will lead you directly onto the older road, the N-521, after a few kilometres. Follow this road directly into the centre of Cáceres.

From Salamanca / the north: Take the A-66 southbound in direction Sevilla / Mérida. Leave the motorway at the north end (Ronda Norte) and enter the city using the N-630, which will bring you direct into the city centre.

From Seville / Mérida / the south: Take the A-66 northbound, leaving at the junction with the EX-100. Follow the signs on the N-630 to lead you directly into the city centre.

From Badajoz / Portugal: Leave the A-5 motorway and follow the regional EX-100 road to the outskirts of Cáceres. Follow the N-630 directly into the city.

By bus

From Madrid: Buses leave Madrid several times each day from the Estación del Sur. The journey takes between three and a half to four and a half hours, depending on the service / time of day. Services usually take a 20 minute break in the town of Navalmoral de la Mata. As of 18 July 2008, a single ticket costs 19,87€ (9,94€ for under 4s) and a return 36,15€ (17,89€ for under 4s) on normal services. On express services this rises to 23,75€ (11,90€) for singles and 43,40€ (21,40€) for returns.

From Seville / the south / Salamanca / the north: Buses from the Alsa company run this corridor, passing through Cáceres. Tickets (as at 18 July 2008) from Seville to Cáceres are 17,08€ single and 32,45€ return.

Cáceres Bus Station is located on the outskirts of town, around 1-2km from the city centre. Taxis are readily available, although it is an easy stroll along the Avenida de Alemania to the city centre.


The old town - looks lovely. New town relaxed and has a great plaza underneath the city wall.

WOMAD - a branch of the Festival held here every year - far smaller than the UK one tho

  • El Corral de las Cigueñas, c/ Cuesta de Aldana, 6, +34 670 590 068, [13]. Lively bar in the old part of town. By day a relaxing place to have a drink with friends, by night the home of some of the best live bands in Cáceres. Enjoys a mixed crowd, and is popular among students.  edit
  • Hotel Cáceres Golf, Carretera N-630, km. 558, +34 927 23 46 00, [14]. Excellent hotel located a few miles outside Cáceres town on a Golf Complex. Accommodation and meals are of an extremely high standard. The hotel is not well situated for those arriving without a car, as public transport to this area is limited.  edit
  • Parador de Cáceres, c/ Ancha, 6, +34 927 21 17 59, [15]. Upmarket, state-owned Parador Hotel located in the heart of the old town. Perfect location for all the major attractions in Cáceres. Very luxurious.  edit
  • Hotel Barceló V Centenario, c/ Manuel Pacheco, s/n, +34 927 23 22 00, [16]. Upmarket hotel based on the outskirts of Cáceres. Very good quality service. The only drawback of this hotel is its location, as it is quite far from the town's major attractions.  edit
  • Hotel Los Naranjos, c/ Alfonso IX, 12, +34 927 24 35 12. Small budget hotel located on the outskirts of the old town, just a few minutes walk from the Plaza Mayor.  edit
  • Hostal Hernán Cortés, Travesía Hernán Cortés, 6, +34 927 24 34 88. Quaint little Hostal situated in the modern area of town, behind the post office. Only 5-10 minutes walk from all the main attractions. The Hostal is old-fashioned and basic. However, it is very clean and great value for money and has a very helpful and friendly staff. Perfect for a short break if you don't intend to spend much time indoors. 30€.  edit
  • NH Palacio de Oquendo, Pza. San Juan 11, +34927215800 [17]. The NH Palacio de Oquendo is an entirely renovated ancient palace dating from the 16th Century, situated next to the commercial centre and within the roman and Arabic walls. With 86 bedrooms, the NH Palacio de Oquendo offers excelent service in the heart of the Medieval City.
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From Wikispecies

Marcela E. da S. Cáceres   (M.Cáceres)

Lichenologist (corticolous and foliicolous lichens of northern Brasil)

Address in 2008: Departamento de Micologia, Centro de Ciências Biológicas, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, 50670-420 Recife, PE, Brazil

Published author of: Plectocarpon epiphyllum (Sérus.) M.Cáceres, Diederich, Lücking & Sérus., 2001

Selected publications

  • Cáceres, M. and Lücking, R. (2000) Three new species and one new combination of foliicolous lichens and lichenicolous fungi from the Atlantic Rainforest in Pernambuco state, Brazil. - Nova Hedwigia '70(1-2): 217-226.
  • Cáceres, M.E.S., Diederich, P., Lücking, R. and Sérusiaux, E. (2001) Chiodecton epiphyllum is a lichenicolous fungus on Coenogonium flavicans and belongs in the genus Plectocarpon (Arthoniales: Roccellaceae). - Lichenologist 33(6): 503-506. [1]
  • Cáceres, M.E.S. and Triebel, D. 2004: Sphaerellothecium. - In: Nash, T.H., III, Ryan, B.D., Diederich, P. Gries, C. and Bungartz, F. (eds.): Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region, Vol. 2. Lichens Unlimited, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, pp. 696-699.
  • Cáceres, M.E.S., Lücking, R. and Rambold, G. (2007) Phorophyte specificity and environmental parameters versus stochasticity as determinants for species composition of corticolous lichen communities in the Atlantic rain forest of northeastern Brazil. - Mycological Progress 6(3): 117-136. [2]
  • Cáceres, M.E.S., Lücking, R. and Rambold, G. (2008) Corticolous microlichens in northeastern Brazil: habitat differentiation between coastal Mata Atlântica, Caatinga and Brejos de Altitude. The Bryologist 111(1): 98-117. [3]

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